Apple will use WWDC 2018 to tackle iPhone addiction and iOS bugs

Apple will use WWDC 2018 to tackle iPhone addiction and iOS bugs

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You will get to know how much time you are spending with your iPhone. (AAPL) were pretty much aware, ahead of WWDC that it was going to announce a voice-controlled speaker, in a year ago WWDC, and also some of its computers upgrade, along with the same kind of software improvements.

Apple is expected to launch new versions for both its Apple Watch and Apple TV operating systems at WWDC, but perhaps reflective of their much smaller user bases, there's not a lot confirmed in terms of what the versions may include.

The new iPhone may receive the function which will limit the usage time of your smartphone. It could end up being harder to handle three or more players at a time if a player who started the game drops out, a person involved in Google's AR efforts said.

Parents have extra controls and can give their kids time allowances.

The precise details of how Apple's new system will work, or if it would support three or more players, were not available.

Tigers, koalas, and T-rexes, oh my! First, Apple is beefing up its Do Not Disturb features. It's also adding tongue detection, so the animals mimic your own tongue movements. Called a Memoji, the feature;ets you create a cartoon version of yourself. Unlike many online publications, we don't have a paywall or run banner advertising, because we want to keep our journalism open, without influence or the need to chase traffic. It's like an RPG character creation - you have a ton of options for everything - hair, face, freckles, eyes, sunglasses, ears, you name it. For You can also suggest you to share photos with friends and family members.

Meanwhile, the camera in Messages is getting new effects, including filters, shapes and stickers.

The biggest announcement during the WWDC 2018 is speculated to be the arrival of iOS 12. But perhaps not as fun as 32 people trying to talk over each other at once. The latest macOS update brings some improvements and bug fixes.

Also at WWDC past year: Apple unveiled the HomePod, and a Siri watch face for the Apple Watch, and iOS 11 was introduced. But you can also configure connected devices using Shortcuts, and trigger shortcuts using the HomePod. Though, you do require Apple devices including iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 10 or later in order to watch the live-stream. But it's not a full picture of what will eventually come to your devices. Reports over the weekend claimed the new version has a new a systemwide dark mode and a new Mac News app icon. We will be covering the keynote live.

  • Terrell Bush